Don't Let Your Home Water Turn into the Water at LAX

Last week, in the Sacramento Bee, a story got the attention of our Beutler HVAC and plumbing technicians as it discussed the dire needs for plumbing expertise at Los Angeles International (LAX). Did you know that brown water (really brown) caused LAX officials to shut down at least five gates in its international terminal?

Sounds like a job for septic tank maintenance, toilet repair, plumbing or just overhauling the plumbing, doesn't it? More than $4 billion is being spent on LAX International Terminal's overhaul and there's brown water.

Notice how the focus is on something everyone takes for granted, and not the luxury of the amazing building in which the water is located? That's what bad plumbing can do to a house as well at the airport in Southern California or a nice home in the mountains of Sacramento. And all it takes is routine plumbing maintenance to rectify that situation. The focus needs to be on the terminal, or your house, and not on the brown water.

How do you take care of the water? Pay attention to the pipes. True, Beutler is known for HVAC and plumbing tune-ups all over Sacramento, but we also have amazing plumbing technicians who know what to look for in those pipes. Maintenance is what Beutler does best, and we would like to do that for you.

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